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Senior Leadership Team

Our leaders who drive habitats mission of providing everyone with a decent place to live.

William Eubanks III (Bill)

Chief Executive Officer

William Eubanks III (Bill) serves as CEO of Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity. Bill joins Habitat with more than 40 years of experience in real estate operations, asset management, and business operations. He has served as COO for KFC and National VP of Pizza Hut, in addition to owning and operating 32 franchises with Yum! Brands. He also served as President of Eubanks Holdings overseeing commercial property development.  Bill is passionate about ensuring Habitat families have a voice and that all Dallas communities strive towards affordable housing for all.  Bill is a graduate of Kansas University and resides in the Dallas Area with his wife Lisa and his family.

Mark Brown

Chief Operating Officer of Construction
Mark was recently named COO-Construction for Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity. Mark started his career in residential homebuilding over 25 years ago. Before joining Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity, Mark held the position of Area President for the Dallas division of K. Hovnanian Homes a national homebuilder helping them grow to become one of Dallas’ top builders.
Mark is a graduate of Baylor University and currently resides in Plano, Tx with his wife.

Sandra Miller

Chief Financial Officer

Sandra Miller is the Chief Financial Officer for Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity. Sandra leads the financial, IT, and mortgage operations for the company. Sandra spent 18 years at various publicly held companies with annual revenues ranging from $4 billion to $15 billion within the construction, manufacturing/technological, and retail industries. Most recently, she held the position of Vice President Finance for Texas Central Partners. Sandra started her career at Deloitte & Touche, LLP in their Northeast Ohio practice remaining there for 6 years. In addition to the above, she held the role of Chief Financial Officer for a start-up nonprofit healthcare facility for 3 years and was responsible for setting up the accounting and IT functions in addition to negotiating Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement rates as well as area hospital sponsorships.

Sandra has also held leadership positions on several nonprofit boards such as the Canton Museum of Art, Pegasus Farms (equine therapy services), Rotary Club, and Leadership Stark County.

Cory Hohweiler

Executive VP of ReStores and Volunteer Construction
Cory Hohweiler has been a key member of the Dallas Habitat team for the last 8 years. He originally started in the construction side of the organization before joining the ReStore team. Since joining the ReStore team, he has been a part of increasing the number of stores from 2 to 4 and the gross sales from 2 million in 2011 to over 4 million in 2015-16.

Before joining Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity, Cory held the position of Purchasing Manager at a “Top 100” U.S. home builder where he developed several successful cost-cutting initiatives as well as helped develop new lines of product. He also began volunteering on Habitat projects and was very excited when the opportunity arose to join Habitat as a full time employee.

A graduate of the University of Oklahoma, Cory now resides in Denton, Texas with his wife and three kids.

Donisha Santiago-Anderson

Vice President of Human Resources

Donisha Santiago-Anderson is responsible for the implementation of strategies that enable Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity to attract, hire, train, develop and retain the best talent. She is passionate about building a culture and environment that is engaging, empowering, motivating and ripe for innovative solutions. Prior to Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity, she held various positions in human resources with experience in all facets of HR including recruiting and onboarding, benefits administration, employee relations and employee/management training and development. Donisha holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in HR Management and a Masters in Health Administration (MHA) from Governors State University. She is a Certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR), SHRM Certified Human Resources Professional (SHRM-CP) and is a certified Strategic HR Business Partner (sHRBP) by the Human Capital Institute. Donisha is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management and Dallas HR.

Carmen Holmes

Senior VP of Development

Carmen is a native Texan with 25 years of experience in the non-profit sector, most recently serving as executive director of multiple local chapters of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. She has also held positions with the Muscular Dystrophy Association, and successfully cultivated key relationships and garnered financial support from grassroots donors to major corporate partnerships, at each organization.

She is a graduate of Stephen’s College in Columbia, Missouri. When she’s not in the office, she enjoys spending time outdoors cycling and hiking, along with cooking and spending time with her husband of 20 years and three teenage children.

Blaine Cowart

Vice President Homeowner Services
Blaine is a passionate, enthusiastic advocate of financial empowerment and affordable housing. Since joining Dallas Habitat in 2011 as an AmeriCorps member, Blaine has held a variety of roles on the Homeowner Services team. During her tenure, Blaine’s efforts have notably led to the expansion of the Homeownership Center – now a HUD-certified housing counseling agency serving over a thousand families annually. Most recently, she implemented Dallas Habitat’s digital initiatives, greatly expanding access to financial education. In her current role, Blaine leads Dallas Habitat’s homeownership counseling, education, and first-time homebuyer programs. A graduate of Austin College, Blaine has extensive community development experience abroad and is fluent in Spanish. She is an avid traveler and enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband in her free time.

Liz Phillips

Vice President Marketing Communications
For over 15 years, Liz has been a noteworthy leader in the marketing and communications space. She is a visionary, creative, and customer-oriented marketing executive with a history of success in driving dynamic results for fortune 500 companies, including YUM! Brands, 7-Eleven and Sodexo. Liz has proven strengths in building, leading, and inspiring high-performance, cross-functional teams to work collaboratively and achieve brand and market prominence. However, most noteworthy is her reputation as an “idea machine” who excels at world-class creativity and execution. Since joining the Dallas Habitat Team in 2019, she has led the organization’s transition to a virtual learning, fundraising and media environment ensuring Dallas Habitat continues to reach more families, thus strengthening it’s mission of decent, affordable housing for all. Her desire to drive this mission extends from her work activities to her personal volunteer activities within the Dallas Habitat ReStores and other Habitat affiliates.

Liz is a graduate from the University of North Texas and the University of Valencia in Spain. She loves to travel, read and spend time with her family.

Tiffany Leon

Director of Volunteer Services

Tiffany is a champion for change management, diversity and inclusion, social reform, and affordable housing. She joined Dallas Habitat in 2013 and has held a variety of roles within the organization such as Assistant to the CEO, Homeowner Services, and Mortgage Operations. She also served as Project Manager for the organization; successfully leading a six phase Salesforce implementation. Tiffany plays a critical role in building systems, processes, and organizational culture that aligns with Dallas Habitat’s vision, mission, and values. She leads Dallas Habitat’s Culture Committee and works closely with its employees and leadership team to embed a culture of measurement, cross departmental collaboration, identify technology solutions, and evaluate best practices to increase the efficiency across the organization. Tiffany holds a BAAS degree in Organizational Leadership from Texas A&M Commerce, and is a travel enthusiast who loves learning about different cultures. In her spare time, she takes pleasure in spending time with her family and friends, being outdoors, and watching sports.